|New courses offered in the College of Business and Public Administration|
The College of Business and Public Administration is pleased to announce two new course offerings for Fall semester 2009, available to all graduate and undergraduate students at UND.
The graduate course, Entrepreneurship Strategy (Mgmt 575), will be taught by Dr. Jeffrey Stamp and will explore entrepreneurial theory and strategic actions taken by entrepreneurs to gain competitive advantages in the marketplace. The course will involve the study and investigation of cases and business plans developed by entrepreneurs and what strategies can be utilized to change outcomes. This course is open to all UND graduate students who are interested in the entrepreneurial process and who wish to pursue business ventures during their career. For more information about the course, please contact Dr. Jeffrey Stamp at 777-3116 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second available course offering is a special topics course in Renewable Energy Economics (BADM 395). This course does not have any required prerequisites and is available to all UND undergraduate majors. The course will explore the fundamentals of renewable energy economics, a recent phenomenon that will drive vital changes in the energy industry in 21st century. The course will also introduce students to various sources of renewable energy and discusses their economic impact and the potential for enhanced investor wealth. This course may be of particular interest to science, engineering, and business students who are interesting in green energy and seek to understand how to benefit financially from next-generation renewable energy projects. Dr.Yong Hou will serve as the course instructor and students may register through standard registration procedures. Any additional questions about the course and its content can be addressed to Dr. Hou at 777-3116 or via email at Yong.Hou323@gmail.com.
The College of Business and Public Administration offers 15 undergraduate and 4 graduate degree granting programs from nine academic departments. The College of Business and Public Administration is also host to two bureaus and two outreach divisions: the Bureau of Governmental Affairs, the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, as well as the Center for Innovation and the Small Business Development Center. The college enrolls an average of 1,750 undergraduate and 170 graduate students per year and carries accreditation endorsements from the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA), and the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT). The College of Business and Public Administration has been nationally rated by Entrepreneur magazine and Princeton Review as one of the Top 10 best schools for undergraduate programs in Entrepreneurship for the past three years.
For more information, check out www.business.und.edu
-- CK Braun-Schultz, Director, External Relations, College of Business & Public Administration, email@example.com, 777-6937